Pakistan Chief Justice says Pakistan is failing in economy, politics, and Cricket

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Asif Saeed Khosa lashed out about the depressing scenario in Pakistan in several sectors


Chief Justice of Pakistan Asif Saeed Khosa said that the people are Pakistan are only hearing depressing news from economy, political and even from the cricket front.

The Chief Justice of Pakistan addressed the ceremony which was organized to highlight the work of model courts in Pakistan. He said the news from the national economy in ICU is not good news.

The economy is either in ICU or has just come out of it

“We have been told that the Economy of Pakistan is either in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) or has just come out from the ICU,” Asif Saeed Khosa said in the reference of deep balance payments crisis which is threatening to cripple the economy of Pakistan.

Prime Minister of Pakistan has been making efforts in asking for packages worth of billions from International Monetary Fund, Asian Development Bank and World Bank.

The parliament of Pakistan is finding out any solution too

He said, “The leader of the opposition and the leader of the house aren’t even allowed to speak in the parliament and still a lot of noise is coming”. He pointed out the confrontation in Parliament between the ruling party Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the opposition Pakistan National League-Nawaz (PML-N).

He added, “We change the channel to know about ICC Cricket World Cup and we get nothing but bad news from there too”.

The loss against India has made the cricket fans angry in Pakistan

India recently defeated the arch-rival Pakistan by a big margin in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The players including the captain of the Pakistani team are receiving backlash by the Pakistani cricket fans.

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“At such chaos time, it is good to see some good news coming from one sector. 5800 trials were decided through model courts in only 48 working days which is big news.

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